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:''For the Front Line Assembly Single (music)|single, see Tactical Neural Implant'' :''For the United States|American Hacker (computer security)|hacker who operated under the alias '''Mindphasr''', see Chad Davis'' '''Mindphaser''' was a Klaus Schulze sampler or "best of" album released by the Brain label in Germany in 1981, three years after Schulze had created his own label, Innovative Communications, and moved on. The second track, "Mindphaser", was actually an excerpt of "Floating" from ''Moondawn''. The other tracks were from LPs which were not made available in the United States for years. The album's cover art and layout copied the style of recent IC releases. As a result, many Americans thought the album was a new solo effort with original material.
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